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Hello. You're standing somewhere in New York City and looking at
a delivery truck that is delivering, Calm. Please rest a while and enjoy the view.
This fully mobile, diesel powered landscape has been brought to by the British grafitti artist, Bambi. The artist claims to have been inspired to create this piece after listening to a poem by Keats.
Sorry I misread that. The artist was pissed when he made this and it's incomplete.
This is a 4-cylinder 1992 GMC truck posting a number of features unique in its class. A digitally remastered sunset that never sets. A waterfall pumping 22 gallons of water per minute. And a couple of plastic butterflies duck taped over a fan that move around a bit.
In the Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck writes:
A homeless hungry man, driving the roads with his wife beside him and his thin children in the back seat, could look at the fallow fields that might produce food but not for profit, and that man could know how a fallow field is a sin and the unused land a crime against the thin children.
Now and then a man tried; crept on the land and cleared a piece, trying like a thief to steal a little richness from the earth. Secret gardens hidden in the weeds. A package of carrot seeds and a few turnips. He planted potato skins, crept out in the evening secretly to ho in the stolen earth.
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